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Citing sources might seem tedious, but it's important in academic writing for many reasons.
APA7 In-Text Citation
APA citation style requires in-text citations to direct readers to the References page at the end of your paper. In-text citations should appear within the body of the paper whenever you summarize, paraphrase, or directly quote someone else’s work. This tutorial will explain and provide examples of in-text citation in APA7.
In-text citations point readers to the References page, which is a list of all the sources used in your assignment. This tutorial will explain how to generate these references.
Paraphrasing & Quoting
Paraphrasing is restating an author's information in your own words. It is a great way to condense another author's ideas from the source, or to put an idea into your own voice. This tutorial will demonstrate proper citation of paraphrasing
How to Create an Annotated Bibliography
A bibliography is a list of works on a particular topic. An annotated bibliography includes a paragraph following each citation that summarizes the work. This tutorial will outline how to complete an annotated bibliography.
This guide will provide a brief introduction to interpreting Originality Reports in Turnitin via Canvas.